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  1. School Laws, State of Mississippi: Annotated Code of 1906 by School Laws of Mississippi, 2008-11-14
  2. Integration Versus Segregation in Mississippi Schools by Clarence B., Sr. Johnson, 1992-12
  3. School laws of the state of Mississippi .. by Mississippi Mississippi, 2010-09-05
  4. Forty Years of the Public Schools in Mississippi, With Special Reference to the Education of the Negro by Stuart Grayson Noble, 2010-01-03
  5. Mississippi Middle School Anthology: Horn Lake, Mississippi by Sharon Hall, 2002-05-09
  6. Forty years of the public schools in Mississippi by Stuart Grayson Noble, 2010-06-26
  7. Address of Thomas S. Grimke, at a meeting in Charleston, South Carolina, held March 29, 1831, to consider the resolution of the American Sunday School ... schools in the valley of the Mississippi. by Thomas Smith Grimke, 1831-01-01
  8. The Hardest Deal of All: The Battle Over School Integration in Mississippi, 1870–1980 by Charles C. Bolton, 2007-10-08
  9. Bartleby of the Mighty Mississippi by Phyllis Shalant, 2004-05
  10. A history of Mississippi for use in schools by Robert Lowry, 2010-06-24
  11. School laws of the state of Mississippi. Chapters: 125, schools; 137, county superintendents; 138, state superintendent. Annotated code of 1906, laws of ... laws of 1911, laws of 1912, laws of 1914 by Mississippi Mississippi, 2010-08-31
  12. School laws of the state of Mississippi by Mississippi Mississippi, 2010-08-29
  13. Flood, Mississippi, 1927 (Survival) by Kathleen Duey, 1998-07-01
  14. Mississippi Bridge by Mildred D. Taylor, 1992-06

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Coordinating agency for the 15 community and junior colleges in the state. Affiliated programs are the Workforce, Adult Basic Education, general Education Diploma (GED), Proprietary schools, Quality Award, Vocational Technical, Distance Learning and Education programs.

Assessment Protocol Workshops statewide so schools and communities can the mississippiDepartment of Education, mississippi Attorney general’s Office
Threat Assessment Protocol Workshop Purpose The purpose of the Division of School Safety and the Mississippi Institute of School Safety is to provide a series of Threat Assessment Protocol Workshops statewide so schools and communities can respond to school incidents with the appropriate level of intervention response depending on the particular situation. The workshops are a collaborative effort between the Mississippi Department of Education, Mississippi Attorney General’s Office, Department of Public Safety, Department of Mental Health and Department of Human Services to address school safety issues within each school district as a team effort. This workshop series will provide an established protocol for dealing with student issued threats leading to the prediction of possible violent juvenile behavior based on an assessment done by a multi-disciplinary team. The team also makes subsequent recommendations for intervention based on community/state assets. Registration Fee: Local State/Federal Agencies: $20 Non-Profit/For-Profit Groups: $50 The nonrefundable registration fee includes lunch and breaks. Purchase Orders are not accepted. Return this registration form with

A comprehensive list of legal and general resources from the state of mississippi. By State. mississippi. general Resources. Department of Economic and Community Development Law schools. mississippi College School of Law, Tel 601 9441950, Contact Dean J.
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  • Department of Economic and Community Development This site offers connections to tourism information, business resources, and retirement programs for the State of Mississippi.
  • Mississippi Automated Resource Information System (MARIS) The Mississippi Automated Resource Information System (MARIS) is proving the power of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) technology to manage and apply geographic information to a wide range of natural and cultural resource programs in Mississippi. MARIS promotes coordination through sharing of the resources, funds, and talents required to develop a unified, comprehensive approach to geographic information technology.
  • Mississippi On Line Mississippi Online, Mississippi's Menu to the Internet, offers access to information on everything from news, weather, and sports to education, culture and government. Its services include online white and yellow pages, as well as a chat center and web search.
  • The Mississippi Bar The Mississippi Bar is a statewide organization of all lawyers licensed to practice law in Mississippi. It exists to serve Mississippi lawyers and the public. Information about the services of The Mississippi Bar and the legal system can be accessed via this site.
  • Mississippi Lawyers The Domain of the Mississippi Supreme Court, Mississippi Bar, Law Firms and Related Businesses. Mississippi's One-Stop for Legal Information available to the public and the legal community.

4. Mississippi Attorney General Opinions Index For 1980
01/06/80 ( 801343 ) schools - 16th Section Leases, etc. 01/07/80 ( 80-1041 ) schools - 16th Section Leases, etc. 01/08/80 ( 80-1113 ) schools - 16th Section Leases, etc.
Mississippi Attorney General Opinions Index for 1980

5. Educational Resources - MS Department Of Education
The, the digital edition of The ClarionLedger in Jackson, MS. Updated daily, the site contains local news, weather, sports, entertainment, movies, real estate, auto, classified, employment, and more. We welcome your comments.E-mail us. . mississippi News Ole Miss Sports. mississippi State Sports
Famous Mississippians
Mississippi Demographics, Facts and History
Ancient Architects of the Mississippi
Beauvoir - Home of Jefferson Davis


CedarGrove Plantation
William Faulkner
Federal and Military Resources
Mississippi National Guard, Company C, 1-185th Aviation , Tupelo, MS.
State Government Web Sites

6. MSBA Online
Recent Attorney general's Opinions Opinion clarifies procedures Oklahoma cases aremajor rulings for schools. Students from 3 mississippi districts take class
msba news
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board member profile msba sample policies April 9, 2003 In the News McComb School District earns Magna Award District to be recognized at NSBA Conference in San Francisco With 57 board development hours, Adell Watts is tops Claiborne County School Board Member believes in being the best board member by learning all that he can about the job MSBA hosts Mississippi Breakfast at NSBA Conference in San Francisco April 5th Haven't gotten your six hours of continuing education, as required by state law? April 14, or you can participate in two board development course sessions. Register here. Booneville, Madison County School District teachers earn national math, science teaching awards for 2002 Presidential Awards presented during March 18-23 ceremonies in Washington, D.C. Nation is at high alert Schools should ensure safety plans are in place, well communicated. MDE invites public to six town meetings to discuss state's accountability plan Town meetings for public begin March 31st at Tupelo High School and end April 10th at the MDE Auditorium at Central High School in Jackson.

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8. Mississippi Attorney General Opinions Index For 1998
07/02/99 ( 19990317 ) schools - Sixteenth Section Funds. 07/02/99 ( 1999-0309 ) mississippi State Department of 03/26/99 ( 1999-0108 ) general Services. 03/26/99 ( 1999-0101
Mississippi Attorney General Opinions Index for 1999

9. General Information (Mississippi State University)
Pedagogy (1909), the School of general Science (1911 by the Southern Associationof Colleges and schools. renamed the College, as mississippi State University
Skip navigation links News People and Places Intranet ... Athletics Search MSU
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An able faculty, drawn from the best institutions in all parts of the nation, strive earnestly to perfect their teaching skills, while producing in their specialized studies scholarly books, articles, and conference papers that gain respect for themselves, the University, and the state. They thus ensure for their students instruction that is in immediate touch with current knowledge and thought. A body of energetic researchers, both faculty and other, assisted by an effective research administration, places Mississippi State among the first one hundred universities in the nation in federal research support. The University's service agencies are similarly distinguished, earning the respect and support of their varied constituencies throughout the state, as well as in other states and in foreign countries.
The History
By 1932, when the Legislature renamed the College as Mississippi State College, it consisted of the Agricultural Experiment Station (1887), the College of Engineering (1902), the College of Agriculture (1903), the School of Industrial Pedagogy (1909), the School of General Science (1911), the College of Business and Industry (1915), the Mississippi Agricultural Extension Service (1915), and the Division of Continuing Education, (1919). Further, in 1926 the College had received its first accreditation by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. By 1958, when the Legislature again renamed the College, as Mississippi State University, the Graduate School had been organized (1936), doctoral degree programs had begun (1951), the School of Forest Resources had been established (1954), and the College of Arts and Sciences had been created (1956).

Early Warning, Timely Response A Guide to Safe schools,'' from the US departmentsof Education and Justice. general RESOURCES mississippi Attorney general.
SCHOOL SAFETY RESOURCES Presented by the Education Team of Adams and Reese, LLP PAPERS, REPORTS, AND DOCUMENTS " Legal Aspects of School Safety and Violence " This paper written by W. David Watkins and John S. Hooks and was delivered at the NSBA 1999 annual meeting in San Francisco. The Powerpoint presentation is also available for downloading. STUDENT SAFETY/VIOLENCE LINKS "Keep Schools Safe,'' from the National Association of Attorneys General and the National School Boards Association The National School Safety Center "Early Warning, Timely Response: A Guide to Safe Schools,'' from the U.S. departments of Education and Justice GENERAL RESOURCES STATE RESOURCE CENTERS NATIONAL RESOURCES FEDERAL AGENCIES

11. Downloadable Research And Reports
Changing schools, Enduring Principles. mississippi Budget Information, Research,No Child Left Behind Closing K12 as percent of general Fund, Report on Vouchers
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Mississippi Political/Legislative Reports/Cases Education Mississippi Budget Information ... Lectures/Outlines Mississippi Political/Legislative Reports/Cases Education Bush Education Plan CDC Anthrax Report Governors Higher Education Report - Exec Summ Musgrove Inaugural Address ... Mississippi Budget Information Research No Child Left Behind: Closing the Gap (US DOE) Report on State Education Budgets 2002 Word Doc Internet Privacy: Enforcement Actions Education Adequacy, Democracy and the Courts Budget Crisis of the New Millennium February 26, 2002 Financial Accounting Manual for Public School Districts The Condition of Education ... Making Accountability Work (FORUM/MEC) MAEP Formula Creating an Appetite for Change: K-16 Technology Training Report (GCEIC) Jayne Sargent Remarks - 2/26/2002 ... State Governance Action Report (higher education) Rethinking School Desegregation FY04 Budget Analysis - David Watkins Title I Funding/Poor Children Benefit (GAO Report) Rodriquez 25 Years Later K12 as percent of General Fund Report on Vouchers (GAO Report) Rural Accountability K12 and General Fund Totals Poor Students Receive Fewer Dollars Mississippi Statistics (SREB) FY2004 SDE Budget Summary Implementing ESEA's Testing Provisions Voucher Kit (NSBA) ... Fewer Students Dropping out of School?

12. The University Of Mississippi Medical Center
the nonprofit Partnership for a Healthy mississippi to the medical staffs are appointedfrom the schools of Medicine is converting a 29bed general hospital it
HISTORY The University of Mississippi Medical Center in Jackson is the health sciences campus of the University of Mississippi. The Medical Center opened in 1955, but its beginnings date to 1903 when a two-year medical school was established on the parent campus in Oxford. In that era, certificate graduates went out of state to complete their doctor of medicine degrees. Finally, in 1950, the Mississippi Legislature by a one-vote margin enacted a law to create a four-year medical school. On July 1, 1955, the state's new University Medical Center, or UMC as it's commonly called, opened in Jackson, initially as a four-year medical school with medical and graduate students, interns and residents. As it had in Oxford, the School of Medicine offered both medical and graduate degree programs. The campus included a teaching hospital and a library. The Oxford campus' nursing department moved to the Medical Center in 1956 and it was granted school status in 1958. The School of Health Related Professions (SHRP) was added in 1971 and began offering baccalaureate curricula in 1973. The School of Dentistry was authorized in 1973, and its first students were admitted in 1975. The Medical Center functions as a separately funded, semi-autonomous unit responsible to the chancellor of the University of Mississippi and, through him, to the constitutional Board of Trustees of State Institutions of Higher Learning, which governs all eight state institutions of higher learning in Mississippi. The Medical Center's chief executive officer is the vice chancellor for health affairs.

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The University of Mississippi Medical Center in Jackson is the health sciences campus of the University of Mississippi. It houses Schools of Medicine Nursing Health Related Professions Dentistry and Graduate Studies in the Health Sciences ; the University Hospitals and Clinics; and the Rowland Medical Library For news on health topics, go to UMC News Comments to CCNE General Information Videos ... Campus Directory

provides analysis and comparisons between schools and districts to administrators,legislators and the general public to from the State of mississippi will be

15. Star Schools - - Who Operates The Star Schools Program?
for one Star schools general projectTEAMS Project in Philadelphia, mississippi;mississippi Authority for Television Statewide Star schools Project; and the
Who Operates the Star Schools Program?
Hello, my name is Cheryl Garnette. As Team Leader for Technology Applications, I have the pleasure of coordinating the technology initiatives in the Office of Educational Research and Improvement including the Star Schools program, FIE Teacher Networking projects, Telecommunications Demonstration Project in Mathematics (PBS Mathline), and the Regional Technology Consortia. We have witnessed some really exciting, positive changes in schools and other learning environments as a result of these programs that challenge students to learn and help teachers use different kinds of technology in the classroom. When I am not sharing the good news about our technology initiatives, I find pleasure in my collection of Black memorabilia including dolls, art, stamps, books and other artifacts. My name is Kevin Arundel. I began my government career at the Office of Education as one of the developers of the ERIC system, after having been an elementary and high school history teacher and a research historian and information specialist at the Smithsonian's Science Information Exchange. I served for over 10 years as a Project Officer with the National Institute of Education's Education Satellite Program, monitoring projects in Appalachia, Alaska and the Rocky Mountains. These were the first distance education satellite projects in the United States to combine a mix of technologies (audio/video/computer, etc.) in the delivery of instruction and services to remote areas of the country. I am currently serving as a Project Officer for the Kentucky Telelinking Network (KTLN), the Iowa Star Schools Project (IDEA), three ERIC Clearinghouse, the ERIC Facility and two ERIC special projects, AskERIC and the National Parents Information Network (NPIN).

16. Safeschools
June 1215, 2000, Forrest general YMCA Hattiesburg, mississippi. Hattiesburg, mississippi.New Century Collaborations for Safe and Effective schools co-sponsored
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The University of Southern Mississippi
PO Box 5156 Hattiesburg, Mississippi 39406
fax (601) 266-6925 Click here for information about our upcoming workshops.
Advisory Council SRO Committee ... Research Staff Dr. Johnny R. Purvis, Executive Director
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Advisory Council represents educational, governmental, judicial, law enforcement, and social service systems. Mr. Willie Blackmon Mr. Hank Bounds Officer Pete Bowen Agent Michael Burt Senator Videt Carmichael Senator Mike Chaney Mr. John Coleman Ms. Nadine Coleman Dr. Carl Davis Dr. Larry Drawdy Officer Miles Farragut Dr. Harold Fisher Representative George Flaggs, Jr. Mr. Jay Ginn Mrs. Regina Ginn Senator Alice Hardin Honorable Gaylon Harper Dr. Dewey Herring Officer Jerome Jackson Mr. Jim Keith Mr. Jeffrey Klingfuss Dr. Glenn McGee Mr. David Meadows Mr. Marvin Minor Mr. Gerald Mitchell Honorable Ronnie Musgrove Mr. Billy Pierce

17. General Information
series of folk arts programs for the general public and distributed to regular subscribersand to public schools and libraries in south mississippi.
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What is the Pine Hills Culture Program? Community Scholars Folklife Field School A Taste of Pine Hills Traditions: Exhibit and Programming The Piney Woods Opry ... Future Projects
Blues harmonica player, R. L. House. Photo by Worth Long. What Is the Pine Hills Culture Program? The Pine Hills Culture Program, formed in 1996, is part of the University of Southern Mississippi's Center for Oral History and Cultural Heritage. Its purpose is to document, preserve, and present traditions and folk culture of the U.S. South's pine hills (or piney woods) region; to build and maintain a network of academics, public programmers, lay scholars, community leaders, and folk artists; and to serve as a regional archive, a place for exhibits, and an information clearinghouse. An important part of its mission is helping communities to identify their own traditions and integrate folklife into local projects, museums, schools, festivals, and other public presentations. The program is headed by a public sector folklorist, Dr. Carolyn Ware. Our main office is in the Center for Oral History and Cultural Heritage on the USM campus, but we also lease offices, including programming and exhibit space, at the Walthall Center in Hattiesburg's downtown historic district.

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19. Peterson's: Private Schools, Boarding And Day: Schools With A Postgraduate Year
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20. Projects: Schools - MasonryArts
Location Tupelo, mississippi. Date of Completion 1996. Architect McCartyArchitects. general Contractor Oscar J. Boldt Construction Company.
home company info services projects ... contact us MasonryArts Project Index: Institutional Job UAHSF-APCC ( Kirklin Clinic ) Location Birmingham, Alabama Date of Completion Architect: Pei, Cobb, Frees, and Associates General Contractor Contract Description Four edge polished and exposed granite, granite back anchored into prefabricated panelized curtainwall units. Job Celebration Health Location Kissimmee, Florida Date of Completion Architect: NBBJ General Contractor Contract Description Exterior and interior glass windows and curtainwall Job Sarasota Memorial Hospital Location Sarasota, Florida Date of Completion General Contractor Contract Description Eleven story CMU building Job New Vaughn Memorial Hospital Location Selma, Alabama Date of Completion General Contractor B.H. Harmon Construction Contract Description Limestone panels and soffits Job YMCA Downtown Location Birmingham, Alabama

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